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MER Connecticut assists in CT River Watershed Council's Source to Sea Cleanup


MER Connecticut assisted in Connecticut Pequabuck River Watershed Council's Source to Sea Cleanup

As part of Moran Environmental Recovery (MER)'s Environmental Stewardship & Community Involvement Program, MER Newtown assisted in the Connecticut River Watershed Council's Source to Sea Cleanup for the communities of Bristol, Burlington, Farmington, Harwinton, Plainville and Plymouth, CT. The clean-up took place on Saturday, October 8th. MER supplied a roll-off truck and container, in addition to 9 volunteer personnel to assist in the clean-up and load out of waste material. Approximately 2 tons of trash were removed from both sites, in addition to scrap metal which will be recycled for re-use.

Moran Environmental Recovery appreciates the opportunity to give back to our local community and values our partnership with the Connecticut River Watershed Council. To learn more about their initiatives, please click here.

To see the flyer and a picture of our crew, please click here.

Participants Included: Phil Amaral, Jesse Hettel, Trey Connell, Brian Forbes, Chris Alves, Donovan Romero, Mike Barden, and Rob Marden.

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